When it leaves the factory, the 2011 BMW X6 xDrive40d is fitted with a twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six-cylinder engine producing 306 horsepower and 600 Nm (442 lb-ft) of torque.
But thanks to a remapped ECU unit and a new high performance quad-pipe exhaust system, the German model offers 340 horsepower and 670 Nm (494 lb-ft) of torque. However, considering that we are only talking about some extra 40 horsepower squeezed from the six-cylinder unit, we can't say we are that impressed.
But let’s see what are the other tweaks performed by Lumma. Notable features include a lowered sports suspension (which brings the crossover 40mm closer to the ground) and 22-inch lightweight alloy wheels wrapped around in 295/30-22 tires up front and 335/25-22 at the rear.
Moving on to the visual changes, highlights include a wide body kit comprising a new front bumper with LED lamps, a blacked out grille, wheel arch extensions, side skirts with air vents, and a rear bumper that accommodates quad tail pipes and a diffuser.
Finished in a black and white color scheme, the package also includes various carbon fiber components. Inside the car, the X6 sports the same black and white color theme from the exterior, sporting a mix of regular and carbon fiber-like leather, Alcantara and aluminum, bespoke instruments and aluminum pedals, and also new front and rear sport seats.